What's on: A Dino Mummy! (And Other Surprising Finds from Alberta)

More dinosaur skeletons have been discovered in Alberta than anywhere else on earth, including a rare fossilised 'dinosaur mummy'.

Nodosour Illustration

Nodosour Illustration
Photographer:  © Courtesy of the Royal Tyrrell Museum, Drumheller, Alberta

Event Type:
Special event
23 November 2017 to 23 November 2017
06.00 PM to 07.30 PM
Australian Museum
$20 General Admission; $18 Concession; $16 AM Members
Join us on a thrilling journey from the badlands to the boreal forest in Alberta, Canada, in search of dinosaurs with Australian palaeontologist Dr Phil Bell (UNE). Meet with the mummified Hadrosaur that changed our image of dinosaurs forever; see the Centrosaurus mass graves; discover new species of raptors; and find out what T. rex really looked like!

Dr Bell will guide us through all the amazing discoveries that have been made in Dinosaur Provincial Park over the past decade, from the Centrosaurus fossil deposits that were excavated in the early 2000s to stories from the field from this year’s just-completed excavation season.

We’ll learn about Dr Bell’s work in western Canada where he co-leads the Boreal Alberta Dinosaur Project; and discover why he is drawn to Alberta each year on his quest for new dinosaur discoveries. In a place where bears and mountain lions are a very real threat, hunting dinosaurs is not an easy game, but the rewards far outweigh the risk.

  • 6.00pm: Welcome drink and viewing of fossil displays. Discover thrilling journeys to Alberta at the Adventure World travel booth.
  • 6.30pm: Talk and Q&A

The talk is for adults but is suitable for young people aged 10 and up.

Cash-only tickets available at the door subject to availability.


The evening is presented in association with Adventure World.


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